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22 Old Short Hills Rd STE 211
Livingston, NJ 07039
(973) 994-7200

Your Trusted Livingston, NJ Dentist

Livingston dentist, NJ

Our team at Livingston Dental Arts takes pride in being a general and cosmetic dental office that provides a wide variety of effective treatment options. From essential dental services such as exams and cleanings to cosmetic offerings like teeth whitening and veneers, we use the latest technology to give you the healthy smile you deserve.


You can count on our Livingston dentist, hygienists, and office staff to welcome you warmly and treat you like family at every visit. We take the time to listen carefully to your wishes and personalize a dental plan just for you. Our team never feels satisfied until you do.

We work hard to provide you with a comfortable experience that will help you achieve the results you've dreamed of. Visit our office and join the many patients who we consider family. Call us to schedule an appointment today.


General and Cosmetic Dental Services

Because our Livingston dentists receive continued training beyond dental school, we are able to offer the services you can rely on to fix even complex dental health issues. Once our team fully understands your current oral health, we will only recommend treatments with long-term benefits.

The many services we offer at our Livingston dental office include:

We are committed to making you feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible during your appointment. Our friendly, calming team and office atmosphere help alleviate anxiety. For those who need a little extra help, however, we offer oral sedation. Our team will be happy to talk to you about your options and make your time with us as peaceful as possible.

Focused on Education

dentist in Livingston, NJFor both children and adults, we believe that education is critical to lasting oral health. That's why we're committed to providing as much information as we can to help you take care of your smile between visits.

Our Livingston dental team uses visual aids and age-appropriate language to show our younger patients the best dental hygiene practices to help them achieve a lifetime of oral health. Whether we're caring for you or your child, we'll devote as much time as needed to define dental terms, cover best practices, and discuss at-home habits so you're always confident about your dental care.

The Dentist Livingston Relies On

The highly qualified team at Livingston Dental Arts looks forward to offering you general and cosmetic dentistry focused on your individual needs and wishes. The state-of-the-art technology we use in our office ensures that you receive the safest and most comfortable dental care possible while being treated like family. From laser dentistry to dentures and dental implants, we can provide a solution for almost any oral health issue you may have. If you're ready to make an appointment with the dentist Livingston trusts, give our office a call today.



New to the office: Dentists - help ensure the survival rate of your patients by offering a simple oral cancer screening light examination. By incorporating this screening test into your traditional head and neck oral exam, you will have the ability to visually identify oral cancer early, as well as other oral and oropharyngeal cancers. This adjunctive device is powered with blue light LEDs and visually allows for oral examinations that identify pre-cancer risk factors.  

The ViziLite PRO Oral Cancer Detection light was engineered to visually detect abnormalities in the oral cavity that may be cancerous lesions in the early stages, as well as other abnormal tissue formations that may occur. Photo Below:


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Your Skilled Cosmetic Dentist in Livingston At Livingston Dental Arts, we understand the value of a beautiful and healthy smile. That's why Dr. Michael Lee and his staff pair years of dental experience with efficient treatments to give you the smile of your dreams. Our dental offerings range from teeth whitening to porcelain veneers to meet your unique cosmetic needs. We're excited to meet you and show you the level of excellence our staff achieves. We've served as a trusted source of cosmetic dentistry in Livingston and its surrounding...

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